We have reviewed both of these cameras and we have put together a review of the Instax mini 25 vs Instax mini 50. We have found that both these cameras are commonly used and they are quite popular among people who travel often. Truth be told, we love both of these stylish and classical cameras. Read on for our review on the Instax mini 25 vs Instax mini 50s…
Instax Mini 25
Personally, I love the design of this camera. It is also very small and easy to carry around, which is why it is popular among people who travel a lot. It weighs around 275 grams and it can take out credit card size photos. It is also very reasonably priced; the film is also quite affordable.
The Instax mini 25 is also easy to use, which makes it perfect for beginner photographers. It also has two shutter buttons, one for vertical shooting and one for horizontal shooting. The Instax mini also has close up lens and it can shoot 30cm away from an object. It also has darken and lighten controls. Another great feature this camera has to offer is: it has landscape mode, which is perfect for distance shooting. It also has a flash in fill mode.
The only cons of this camera is that the pictures take a little longer to develop and it sometimes produces mixed image results.
Instax Mini 50s
The Instax mini 50s has a compact and very piano like design. It is also very similar to the Instax mini 25. It is also very small and light. It is very convenient to carry out and this one is also popular among people who travel often. It also prints out credit card size photos and many people use this camera for business purposes, it can print out business cards. The Instax mini 50s takes out lovely indoor pictures, but even better outdoor pictures. Which makes it a perfect gadget to carry along and capture moments whilst you are out exploring. This camera is also very easy to use and it is perfect for beginner photographers.
The only cons of this camera is the picture sizes are quite small in comparison to others like the Instax wide and it is very difficult to compose horizontal pictures. Vertical images are much easier to shoot. It also has a self-timer mode, which makes it ideal for selfies and it has close-up lens, which can shoot 30cm away from the object.